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PLEA FOR DAV M RSERY.
Kings Dnughtcr l rgc a More Llhernl
Sappori of Tlieir Work.
The regular meeting of the King's
Daughters was held yesterday afternoon
in the Sunday School room of the Inde
peodent Presbyterian Church. The prin
cipal matter that wat- considered was the
Day Nursery, which has recently beei\
transferred from the quart* . = formerly
occupied at Henry and West Broad streets
to more suitable and commodious rooms at
No. 207 Park avenue, west.
It was decided to give h trolley ride for
the benefit of the nur.-ery next Monda>
•light. The trip will he made to Thunder
bolt and Isle yf Hope, and ha k. the car
leaving the Tenth street junction at i:43
‘Speaking of day nursery, the presi
dent of the King's Daughter." Union said
that while the work is in fairly satis
factory condition the nursery is not do
ing all that it could do and would do if it
received from the pi? t ie support that
it undoubt* iiy . v-.j.
"While **. hav* mem faithful contrib
utors to the faiiM ” she said, “the public
ns a whole does not 2iv* v u.- that material
help and support that we ought to have
for a work of this t-r.ara ter and value.
The expenses ere quite heavy, including as
they do no only the tiding and clothing
of the inmates, of whom there arc from
ten to fifteen, but also the rental of suit
able quarters and th* salary of a matron.
Whi e we are indebted to many of Savan
nah’s bakers and roc.it thalers for their
assistance and wish to take this opjor
tunity to say so, yet we could wish that
there ware more persons of o similar gen
erous disposition. Milk and vegetable*
would both *e very acceptable, but what
we parti< llarlj need money, I hop#
that when the public understands our need
tbe-y will respon*! as readily as have
to ©rher wcrth\ <., .ritie-
CLO>HD ON \ |,IKV FOR gl,
Proprietor of Ilygcia ReMitorani
Ha* n Kick C oming.
The greater part of the stock and fix
tures of the Kygeia restaurant, at Bull
street and Broughton lane was levied on
Vesterday afternoon by an officer of Mag
istrate Kline’s court of satisfy a laborer’s
lien sued out by a former employe of
the restaurant, who claimed an unpaid
salary of sl. The proprietor filed,
through his attorney, Mr. D. H. Clark, a
The restaurant was closed yesterday af
ternoon and last night, but the proprie
tor a ays it will be reopened this morn
ing. He said that the suit against him is
but one of the many similar ones with
which he has been bothered lately, and
that while he has been satisfied in the
other cases to settle rather than be both
ered with legal proceedings, he intends
to make a fight in this instance as n
matter of principle. He called t the
Morning News office and paid his respects
In rather caustic terms to the magistrate,
whom, he said, had taken the word of
an irresponsible boy. He thinks he has a
first-class kick coming, and even threat
ens to make a special report to the grand
jury of what he terms scandalous injus
THE JASPER GREEN'S PICNIC.
Arrangement* for the Trip Perfected
at I.n*t Night’* Meeting.
The meeting of the Irish Jasper C,reens
laAl night, after a drill and inspection
of lockers by Maj. Grayson, was devoted
to the consideration of and perfecting of
the plans for the picnl* of the company,
which will take place to-morrow.
The picnic will be given at Warsaw.
The steamer Sante*. which will make the
trip, will leave the foot of Lincoln street
at 8:30 o’clock a. m , and will stop at
Thunderbolt for such passengers as do
not care to make the entire trip by water.
The Committee of Arrangements con
sist* of Papt. 4' F. Gleason, Sergt. D. J.
Charlton, Quartermaster Sergeant M. J.
O’Leary. Corpl. J. D. Robinson, Jr., and
Privates W. p. Connors, T. G. Philpot
and J. J. Stafford.
A large number of tickets have already
been disposed of. and the outlook is that
the picnic will be as successful as any
ever given by ihe company'
OGLETHORPE* TO PARADE.
Will Tarn Oat in Celebration of
At the meeting of the Oglethorpe Light j
Infantry last night it was decided that
the company parade July 21 in com mem
moration of the battle of Manassas. The
parade will tak'- place In the cool of the
afternoon, probably between 6 and 6:30 I
o’clock. Besides the regular routine work,
the committees for the ensuing quarter
Mr. John Donahue of Macon. Ga . is at
Mr. TV. H. Ki'tles of Sylvania, is at the
Mr F. L. Ingram of Atlanta Is at the
Mr. R. Fried of Macon is registered at
Mr. TV N. Biitch oH Blitch is registered
• t the Pulaski.
Mr. TV TV. J4*rtz of Macon is the guest
of the Pulaski.
Mr. J. L. Manning of Lovett is the gucet 1
of the Pulaski.
Mr J. D Bradle of Hagan is registered
•t the Screven.
Mr. TV ni. Beach of Columbus is register- !
ed at the Screven
Mr. D. Holmes of Fitzgerald is regis
tered ai. the Pulaski.
Mi Edwin Huff of Columbus is the
gust of the Screven
Mr. L. L. Lambert of Millen Is regis
tered at the Screven.
Mr. L. I. Denser of Port Royal is the
guest of the Screven.
Mr. O. M. Wanen of Pulaski, is regis
tered at the Pulaski.
Mr. W. M. iiodg< s of Oconee, is the
guest of the Pulaski.
Mr. G. M. Wlilcox of Mcßae is the
guect of the Pulaski.
Mr. W. A. Wooten of Mt. Vernon Is reg
istered at the Pulaski.
Mr. J. TV. Hopson of Quitman is the
guest of the Pulaski.
Mr. Edward Dunlap of Atlanta Is the
guest of the Screven
Mr. W. TV. McMillan of Auguste is reg
istered at the Pulaski.
Mr. C. C. Waterman of Atlanta is the'
guest of the D* Soto.
Mr. Joseph Griner of Syivanla, la reg- ;
istered at the Pulaski.
Mr. John Calais left via the Southern
yesterday for Asheville.
Mr. John N. Maloney of Augusta, is
registered at the Pulaski.
Miss Mamie Brown of Milledgeville, is
the gue*t of the Pulaski.
Miss Eliza McLendon of Americus Is
the guest of the Pulaski.
Mr. TV. P. Phillips of Summerton is
registered at the Screven.
Mr. W. H. McQueen of Mt. Vernon is
registered at the Pulaski.
Allss Alice Btallincs of Americus, is
registered at the Pulaski.
Mr. Jamrs It. Stephenson of Covington
ia the guest of the Pulaski.
Mr. John K Sham, of Bainbridge, Ga.,
Is the guest of the Screven.
Mr. and Mrs. A. IC. Keesc of Atlanta
r> re Htered at the Screven.
Mi. Francis Rauch was among the pat-
The man who smokes
\ Old V lrgmia Cheroots
| has a satisfied, "glad I have got it”
i expression on his face from the time
|he lights one. He knows he will
l not fee disappointed. No matter
j where he buys one—Maine or Texas,
, Florida or California—he knows they
I will he just the same as those he gets
| at home—clean—well made —burn
| even—taste good—satisfying!
) Three hundred million Old Virginn Cheroots smoked this
year. Ask your own dealer. Price, 3 for 5 cents.
sensors of :he Seaboard Air Line yester
day for New York.
Miss M. Margaret left for New York
yesterday -via the- Plant System.
Mrs Abram Minis loft via the P:ar.f
System yesterday for New York.
Mrs. Thomas J. Gurr of Americus was
among the guests of the Pulaski.
Mrs J. S Snow of Quitman was error.g
yesterday’* arrivals at the Pulaski.
Mrs. TV. V. Davis left yesterday via
the Seaboard Air Line for Norfolk
Mr and Mr*. TV. H. Schley left via
the Southern yesterday for Asheville.
Mr. and Mis. V. E. Franklin of Gray
mont are th*' guests of the Screven.
Dr. H. C. Hodgvs of Oconee waa among
the arrivals at the Pulaski yesterday.
Mr. George Andrae left via the Seaboard
Air Line yesterday for New Orleans.
Mr. John Donahue of Macon was among
the arrivals at the Pulaski yesterday.
Mr. T. TV Holmes of Darien was in the
city yesterday, the guest of the
Mr. A. F. Churchill returned from New
York last night on the City of Augusta.
Mr. J. B. McNeill of Marlow' was in the
city yesterday, the guest of the Pulaski.
Miss Nettie, Rosanna aufi Mr. Reuben
Fried of Macon, are registered ? Tybee.
Master Sam Brown wlli leave for New
York by the Seaboard Air Line thi* week.
Mr. G. R. Johnson of Pulaski was
among the guests of the Screven yester
Mr. Josiah Holland of MUlen was
among yesterdays’ arrivals at the Scre
Mr. T. G. Haas and family will leave for
TVayncsville, N. C., to-day by the South
Mr. C. D. Woodward of Cochran was
among tlie arrivals at the Pulaaki yester
Mr. E. Jackson Foy of Guyton was in
the city yesterday, the guest of the Pu
Mr M TV. Garbutt of Wright, was in
the city yesterday the guest of the Pu
Mr. W. M Bryan of Sylvania, wae in
the city yesterday, the guest of the Pu
Mr. A. A. McEachem of Marlow was in
the city yesterday, the guest of the Pu
Mr. R. L. Oliver of Americus was
among tfie arrivals at the Pulaski yes
Mr. V. A. Mingledorff of Dade City was
among the arrivals at the Screven yes
Mr. TV. TV. Haralson of’Waycros? was
in the city yeaterday, ami stayed at the
Dr. TV. A. Summerlin left via the Sea
board Air Line yesterday for Old Point
Dr H, C. Overstreet of filyvania was
in the city yesterday and stayed at the
Mr. F. R. Klein of Hilton Head was in
•he city yesterday, and stayed at the
Mr. H. M Maner of Garnett was in
the city yesterday, the guest of the
Mr. J. C. Telford of Gainesville. Ga.,
was among the arrivals at the Screven
Miss Ludie King of Atlanta is vieiting
Miss C. F. McCall at No. 208 Huntingdon
Mr. C. C. Hanson was among the pas
sengers on the City of Augusta from New
York last night.
Mr. H. M. Ward returned from New
York last night being a passenger on the
City of Augusta.
Mr. Henry Fried of Macon is visiting
Mrs. L. G. Schwarzbaum on Whitaker
and Eighth streets.
Mrs. J. H. Collins end daughter left by
steamer Alleghany for Baltimore, Satur
day, to spend the summer.
Mr. John G. McEachern and Miss Effle
McEachem of Marlow were among the
guests of the Pulaski yesterday.
The Misses Nettie and Hosanna Fried
and Mr. Reuben Fried of Macon are
spending a few weeks at Tybee.
Mr. Euclid Snow of Nashville, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Snow of this city,
is here on a visit to his parents.
Mrs. R. Byek. Miss Carylin Byck, Miss
Mildred Byck, and maid, leave this morn,
ing to spend the summer at Suwannee
Miss Mattie R. Davis of Thomasville,
who has been visiting relatives in this
city, returned home yesterday via the
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ashmore and Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Train will leave to-day at
noon for Charleston, where they will
spend several days in attendance upon the
THE DOCTOR WHO STAYS.
Others Come him! l ull nn<l I'qm On, liut Dr. llath-
Practice ll Been Permanently t-;*.
tnllihed for -o Venn and \enr hy Year
linn Grown Greater lleeauae of
IIIn Ueeord of ( urea
The fact that Dr. Hathaway has been established in the
jSouth longer than any other specialist demonstrates a
number of very important things. Other specialists have
‘practiced here, some for a few months and some even for
a year or two. but Dr. Hathaway is the only one of all
the number who has remained, and his p actice has been
|continuous for over 20 years.
' The reasons must be plain to all:
He. ha- made no promises which he could not fulfill;
_ | He has fulfilled every promise he has made;
He has cured more cases than all othe r specialist© in
J.Newton Hathaway,M.D hl ? COfnb^ n ‘* <i -
He has cured more cases of Loss of Manly Vigor;
He has cured more cases of Vatico ej ,
He has cured more cases of Stricture;
He has cured more cases of Specific Blood Poisoning, in nil different stages;
He hu cured more cases of all manner of Chronic Disease*.
He has Tun'd more oases of all manner ol Urinary and fcv xual complaints;
And he has cured these cases to stay cured.
These are the reasons why Dr. ilathawa> lias continued with a constantly
growing practice while others have been forced to leave the field.
lh depends upon his cured patients to tell others who ar. like Illicit a of what
has done and what he can do.
Dr. Hathaway wants all sufferers from Chronic Diseases to call at his office or
wra* him. Unless they are convinced after an interview, that he can cure them
they are under no obligations to take treatment. Consultation at his office or by
mail is free. He will also send free, postpaid, in plain wrapper, the new edition
of his 64-page book entitled “Manliness, Vigor. Healtji.” ,
J. NEWTON HATHAWAY, M. 0. omcc l,oul> 91013 m - 3 lo 1 and tto
Ur. Hntkavruj * to., 9p. m. Sundays 10 a. in. to 1 |>. m.
2iA BRYAN STREET SAVANNAH, UA.
THE MORNING NEWS: TUESDAY’, JULY" 10, 1000.
session a of the National Educational As
sociation. It Is expected that a number
of other local learners will make th** trip.
Prof. M. A. O'Brien and the Misaks
O’Brien left for Asheville last night. They
will rpetid the summer there.
< ITT BREVITIES.
The ladies of the Christian Church will
have a moonlight excursion on the steam
er Alpha Thursday night.
While th" polio made quite a number
of arrests yesterday none of the prison
ers was charged with anything more se
rious than misdemeanors.
The annual meeting of the stockholder?
of the Citizens Investment Company will
be held this af:ernoon at 6 o’clock at room
2, Board of Trade building.
Mr. J. D. Weed is preparing to erect
a larg** three-story brick warehouse, 60 by
90, on State street, in the rear of his large
hardware establishment on Broughton
street. It is understood that the work
will be done by Mr. G. A. Steinacker,
who is now finishing up the Weed build
ing at Broughton and Barnard streets.
The American Fisheries Society will
hold its annual meeting at Woods Hall,
Mass., n*xt week. July 18. 19 and 2). This
is the only American association of a
national character devoted to fish inter
ests and it is its desire to embrace as
memb r* all those who are interested in
fish, fish-culture, angling, ichthyology and
other kindred subjects. The entrance fees
and annual dues are <1 each, the fees
covering the first year’s dues. This en
titles th*> member to the annual report,
a considerable volume, containing all of
the pap* rs arid discussions, together with
a list of the members with postoffice ad
dresses. convenient for references. Re
quests for membership may N* sent to J.
J. Siranahan, superintendent, Cold Spring
Station of the United States Fish Com
mission, BuilochvUle, Ga.. or to the sec
retary of the society, Mr. Seymour Bower,
Plenty of amp Root.
The fire, which destroyed the immense
Swamp Root medi ne plant of Dr. Kilmer
<Sr Cos.. July 1, was the most disastrous
which has ever occurred in Binghamton.
However, the Kilmers resumed business
next morning, though not at the old
stand, which is a heap of smouldered
ashes. While the firemen were yet pour
ing water pn the burning Chenango street
establishment the Kilmers were arrang
ing to do business somewhere else.
That this great industry might not be
crippled for a moment, through the cour
tesy of other prominent firm*/ and citi
zens, the large factory and adjoining
buildings on South street were vacated
for the benefit of the Swamp Root people,
and possession was taken immediately,
and h* re, by Monday, July 8, this new.
temporary factory will be turning out
Swamp Root, the great Kidney Remedy,
in quantities of about sV*io bottles
day. and in two or three weeks’ time the
full capacity of more than four times
that amount will be produced. The Im
mense demand for Sw amp Root will thus
in no way be interfered with.
On the old site, vv th adjoining prop
erty which has just been purchased, will
be erected immediately an absolutely fire
proof, six-story structure, plans for which
have been nearly completed.
Seek* Relief From Old Debt*.
Mrs Minnie L. Sims of Way cross filed
a petition for a discharge in bankruptcy
in the United States District Court yes
terday. Mrs. Sims fixes her li abilities at
$2,136.24. and has assets at $789.*4. The as
set!!, however, she desires to set aside for
’rhe support of herself and those depend
ent’ upon her. under the provisions of the
homestead and exemption laws of the
state. The petition has been referred to
Refer A. J. Crovatt of Brunswick.
NELSON BROKE RECORDS.
( hirngo Tliin Dili Some Wonderful
III* # It* Riding.
Boston. July 9.—Eleven world’s records
were broken by John Nelson of Chicago
at Charles River Park to-night. Nelson
covered sixty-six miles and thirty feet
during two hours’ riding. Four men
started, the other three being Charles R.
Miller of Chicago, Burns TV. Pierce Of
Nova Scotia, and William C. Stimson.
Bobbie Walt hour of Atlanta, who was
also entered for the race, was unable to
Nelson’s pace was ferritic throughout the
entire two hour*, and he was over a mile
ahead of Stinson it the end of the thir
tieth mile. 1 fierce made thirty-six miles,
sev/nwigthts laps; Miller sixty miles rwo
thirds lap; Stinson fifty-seven tulles, one
ene one-eighth laps.
The records by Nelson were: Twenty-
I six mi>s 43:29 2-5; 27 miles. 45:15 2-5; 29
miles. 46:23 4-5; 3trmi4e*. 5f*:42 2-6; 31 miles,
1 32:26 2-5 ; 4u miles. 1*18:46 3-6; 41 miles,
j 1:10:36 2-5; 42 miles. 1:12:25 4-6; 43 miles.
1:14:16 4-5; 44 miles. 1:16:08 2-5; 45 miles.
RACES AT BRIGHTON.
Handicap for Ttvo-Yenr-Old* Wa*
the Feature of the Day.
New' York, July 9—A card of six over
night event? ivas decided to-day at Brigh
ton Beach. The handicap for 2-year-olds,
run as the fourth race, was the feature
of the day.
First Race—One mjie Water Cure, 9 to
| 10. won. with Commander Miller. 5 to 1
and 7 to 5, second, and Harry McCoun, 15
! to 10. third. Time 1:41 4-5.
Second Race—Five ami a half furlongs.
Malster, 4 to 1, won, with Janice. 20 to
1 and 6 to 1, second, and the The Rhymer
9 to 2. third. Time 1:07 2-5.
Third Race—One mile and a sixteenth.
Brigadier, 2 to 5. won, with Plucky, 30 to
1 and 5 to 1. second, and Queen of Song.
5 to 1. third. Time 1:46 3-5.
Fourth Race—Five furlongs. Albula, 3
o 1, won. with Scurry. 13 to 5 and even,
second, and Himself. 13 to 5, third. Time
Sixth Race—One and one-eighth miles.
Rare Perfume, 9 to 5. won, with Bangor,
5 to 2 and 3 to 5. second, and Lincoln, 3 to
U third. Time 1:53 2-6.
AN ELEVEN-INNING GAME.
AT bich Cincinnati Took From Phil
adelphia, 5 to 4.
I Cincinnati, July 9.—Crawford’s single
I and Mcßride’s triple put an end to to
-1 day’s game in the eleventh. Attendance,
j 1.500. Score: R.H.E.
Cincinnati 0 09201 100 0 I—s 7 2
Philadelphia 0 011 200000 o—4 8 2
Batteries—Newton and Peirz; Frazer
Effective and Lucky. *
Chicago, July 9.—With men on bases,
Mercer was both effective and lucky to
day, eleven hits producing only three
runs. Attendance, 2,200. Score: R.H.E.
Chicago 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 x—3 11 3
New' York ...00020 000 o—2 3 2
Batteries—Taylor and Donahue; Mercer
St. I.oul* Rent Boston.
St. Louis, July 9.—Willis was batted at
will to-day, and Lewis took his place in
the fifth. Attendance, 1.500. Score:
St. Louis ~.0 1 06002 1 x—lo 12 1
Boston 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 o—s 7 5
Batteries—Powell and Criger; Willis,
Lewis and Clarke.
Other nnll Game*.
At Detroit; Detroit. 3; Kansas City, 0.
At Cleveland: Milwaukee, 4; Cleve
At Buffalo: Buffalo-Chicago game post
poned; wet grounds.
At Indianapolis: Indianapolis, 5; Minne
At Johnstown, Pa.: Brooklyn, 4; Johns
At Syracuse: Syracuse, 1; Toronto, C.
At Hartford: Hartford. 2; Providence, 0.
At Springfield: Springfield, 6; Worces
GEORGIA SAWMILL MEN.
Monthly* Meeting of Lnmber Pro
ducer* Held nt Tiftou.
Tifton, Ga., Jmy B.—The Georgia Saw
Mill Association held its regular monthly
meeting in the parlors of Hotel Sadie yes
terday. The principal topic of discussion
was a continuance of the one-third reduc
tion of the mill output, as adopted in
June, the price of yellow pine lumber be
ing stiU below what the Fading manufac
turers think should prevail.
The attendance was not so large a was
expected, a good many of the mill men
being away from home, but those present
were almost unanimous in favor of a con
tinued reduction of the output, until
prices attain a point which will warrant
the cutting of the limited supply of tim
ber now on hand. Another meeting was
called for Cordele on July 17. at which
time the question of reduction of output
will be finally settled, all the members
of the association being communicated
with in the meanwhile and their opinion
The high prices for lumber prevailing
la**t year has caused the erection of hun
dreds of small mills, wherever a location
can be secured, and this large increase
of output hns caused a decline in prices
that the leading manufacturers believe to
be only temporary. As none of the larger
mills have a supply of timber in sight
to last more than seven years, and many
not more than four, th>y think it best to
reduce the output of their mills until
prices will warrant the cutting of their
SCHOONER GIVEN I P.
No News of the I’iirlsima Concepcion
or Her Crew.
Key West., Fla., July 9.-The Spanish
schooner Purisima Concepcion, employed
in the cattle trade between Florida and
Cuba, has been given up as lost.
She sailed from Cardenas on June 19,
hound for this city. She was last seen
about two weeks ago by the schooner Lily
White. She was then off American Shoal,
about fifteen miles northeast of Key
'Vest. The .Maritime Register of recent
date reported an unknown vessel O IT I-'o-.vy
Roeks on June 20, the description of which
answers to that of the Concepcion.
The Concei>cion hod c¥ew of nine men,
Capt. Roman Berga in command. She
was one of the Simnish vessels captured
off the Cuban coast during the late war,
and was IG(> tons burden.
EASTERN CIRCI IT MONDAY.
Important Decision Handed Don n
by the Supreme Court.
Atlanta, July 9.—Next Monday the Su
preme Court will take up the docket of
the Eastern circuit. The court rendered
an important decision to-day in a whisky
case appealed from Augusta. It was held
that the city of Augusta could not impose
penalties for the sale of whisky on Sun
day, the court holding that the offense
must be punished in a state court.
NO MORE ISK FOR DARK ROOMS.
Photographic Invention Does Avar
With the illnck Closet.
From the Electrical World.
Prof. F. E. Nipher has recently made
an Interesting study of the development
of photographic plates, the results of
which seem to indicate the passing of the
dark room In the near future. Any plate
ot which an impression has been made
in the camera may be developed Into
either a positive or into a negative, the
forme*r in a light room, the latter in a
dark room The experiments of Prof. N|.
pher appear to show that what are us
ually called overexposed plates yield the
best positives, and short exi>osures the
A plate which will take a sunlit street
scene In a second or less may bo exposed
for four hours if desired, or fob one min
ute. and may be developed in the light
of an ineandescenl lamp live Inches ur
X X inches to two feet or Ihree feet dis
tant with superb results. If the picture
fegs It needs more light. The same is true
with Roentgen ray pictures.
A positive und a negative picture neces
sarily implies a zero picture and Prof
Nlpher Is now endeavoring to fix the Il
lumination of a plate in the developer. In
order that a sero ptu-e may result for
various exposures. This is what the photo
JOh In some cases the external signs of Contagious Blood Poison are so slight that the Make
J# N. / age victim is firmly within the grasp of the monster before the true nature of the chseast
In jay is known. In other cases tne blood is quickly filled with this poisonous virus anrt .he £1 />Bf Q
:' v- '"7l ■? swollen glands, mucus patches in the mouth, sores on scalp, ulcers on tongue, sore § vvllva
19-*' throat, eruptions on skin, copper colored splotches, and falling hair and eyebrows _ _
leave no room for doubt, as these are all unmistakable signs of Contagious Blood Poison. AtA| a
Doctors still prescribe mercury and potash as the only cure for Blood Poison. These poisonous min- |N VralS vq
erals never yet made a complete and permanent cure of Contagious Blood Poison. They drive the disease
back into the system, cover it up for a while, but it breaks out again in worse form. These powertul minerals produce mercurial
rheumatism and the most offensive sores and ulcers, causing the joints to stiffen and finger nails to drop o.i. Mercury and.
pot&sk make wrecks, not cures, and those who have been dosed with these drugs are never after tree from aches and pain.
S. S. S. acts in an entirely different manner, being a pnr<-lv vegetable remedy ; it forces the poison out of the system, and
instead of tearing down, builds up and invigorates the generf! health. S. S. S. is the only antidote for t.ns -.jiermc virus, and
therefore the only cure for Contagious Blood Poison. No matter in what stage or how hopeless tne case may appear, even
though pronounced incurable by the doctors, S. S. S. can be relied upon to make a rapid, permanent cure S. S. is not a
new, untried remedy ; an*experience of nearly fifty years has proven it a sure and unfailing cure for this disease. It is the
only purely vegetable blood medicine known.
Mr H L Myers, ioo Mulberry st„ Newark. N. T . says : I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease which was in spots at first but afterwards
apread all over my body. These soon broke out into sores, and it is easy to imagine the suffering I endured. lie for elbecam err. nvi u red that the
-HU-1, doctors could do me no good I had spent a hundred dollars, which thrown:away. I then
tried various patent medicines. did not lien I had brushed mv fir,.
£HSB lttleof , i |SU . The large, re-, splotobei
ui -11144m any *Ol on mv chest bean to grow pa>r an t smaller, and before long disappeared entirely I regained mv
lost Wright, stronger, and my appetite improved. I was soon entirely well, and my skin as
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Subscribers will please add to their lists.
METALLIC CIRCUITS. UNLIMITED SERVICE.
1078 Ashmore, Oti Residence 909 Whiraker street
616 Atlantic and Pacific Tea Cos Teas and Coffee 106 Broughton, west
ICBI Boyd. W. F Attorney Southern Express Bldg.
543 Catholic Library Association Library 230 Drayton street
1061 Chatham Trunk Factory Trunks 133 Broughton st., west
1069 Cook. Dr. J. Oliver Office 114 Liberty st., west.
1019 Corbin. Dr. M. X Residence 119 Liberty st., west
1059 Domonitz, M Locksmith and Umbrella-maker.
154 Barnard st
366 Drummond. Mrs. G W Residence 227 President, east
499 E. & W. Laundry Works 712 Anderson st., west
878 Einstein. J R Wholesale Hats 5 Congress st., west.
.3X Frank, Leo Harness 26 Congr< - > st., west
. Jfc Fretwell, W. W Residence 209 Bolton si., west
3 Graham. Jno. A Residence 918 Drayton st
1060 Hackett, E. L Residence 1002 Drayton st
797 Hegeman. W. W Contractor 210 Bay st.. cast
1074 Hill, Thomas L Attorney 11 York st.. east
1062 Hudgens. Jos Residence 323 Jeffersor? st
1072 Jennings, Dr. Wm. H Residence 320 Bolton st., west
425 Kavton. L Residence 704 Drayton at
760 Kinsey. I. U Residence 406 Park ave.. west
1026 Kline, Theo D Residence 421 Abereorn st
I<*U Lankenau, K Residence Jefferson and Berrien
592 Laurel Grove Cemetery* Keeper’s Residence Cemetery st
1177 Lee, Walter Carpenter 220 Waldburg st., east
1075 Le Hardy. L. M Residence 606 Lincoln si
318 McLaws, U. H Attorney Board of ’frade Bldg
1(73 McLaws, L\ H Residence 321 Anderson st., east
762 Miller. Miss E. J Residence 423 Bull st
530 Murphy & Cos Brokers Board of Trade Bldg
651 Neidlinger, E. L. Harness 106 Congress st., west
1067 Nisbet. Rev. Wm. A Residence 1312 Barnard st
1065 O’Neill. J. J Residence Bolton ami Habersham sts
354 O. S. S. Cos Stevedores O. S. S. Dock
1153 Perry, F. S Grocer Exchange Dock
243 Puder. J. C Wood 761 Railroad st
1111 Remler, Bernard Residence Wheaton and Waters load
693 Saussy, C. W Residence 401 Henry st., east
1115 Saussv. J. R Residence 23 Gordon st., west
1966 Saussv. J. R Residence 413 Henry si., ease
577 Scavenger Yards Gwinnett and Cemetery’ sts
1086 Seaboard Air Line Delivery Shed River and Montgomery
474 Seaboard Air Line Warehouse Duckworth warehouse
593 Seaboard Air Line Yards. F. C. & P. yards
608 Seaboard Air Line Agent's Office Hutchinson Island
624 Sealx>ard Air Line General Office Hutchinson Island
1063 Seaboard Air Line Storage Warehouse Hutchinson Island
1141 Seaboard Air Line Yardma&ter Hutchinson Island
1097 Sheliman, A. L Residence 512 Bolton st., east
4CO Solomons. A. W Residence 219 Jones st.. east
1079 Union Pharmacy Drugs Jones and West Broad s?
1076 Walsh, James Horseshoer 310 St. Julian st..
106S Ward, Dr. J. W Residence 125 Liberty, west
591 Water Works Water Works Springfield Road
553 Water Works Old Vale Royal Road*
I‘7l Winter, Adolf Residence 146 Barnard st
107<>- Wolf, L. General Mdse 421 Congress st.. west
If you want first-class service, have a Georgia phone in your residence and
place of business.
NO CONGESTED PARTY LINES or DUPLEX PARTY LINES.
Call Telephone 766. or leave word at office.
Georgia Telephone & Telegraph Cos.
144 Whitaker Street.
- | Movable Pins,
- Jt... W ,Sr ‘ .point on the cur
We have put on eale all remnants, and will sell same at tess than cos* for
cash only. Our regular line has „ust had 200 roils added to it.
Awnings and Mosquito Nets
Should be what you want just now.
Iron Beds and Perfection Mattresses
Are a great specialty with us.
Read's Odorless Refrigerators
Are what the name Implies. The only one that you can get a written
Baby Carriages and Go-Carts
in a very large variety, $4.00 and up.
The Puritan Blue Flame Stove,
As advertised by the Standard Oil Company. j S on bale al our store and it
is a dandy. Coftae and see it and you will buy it.
graphers call a fogged plate. They have
always supposed that if too much light in
a dark room gave a fogged picture In
which nothing develops, that a lighter
dark room would give more fog. The ex
periments of Prof. Nipher, however, show
that it gives less, and that the positive
in the light room Is Just as clear and
beautiful as tile negative In the dark
room. It follows that if a similarly sat
isfactory solution of the printing can tie
effected, so that a positive can he print.<l
from a positive plate, the dark room will
be eliminated from photography.
—Judge William A. Holt of Kentucky,
who has been appointed chief Justice of
Porto Rico, Is one of the best known law
yers In Ills state Ex-Secretary John G.
Carlisle once said of him, "He has the
perfect legal mind."
AMIVMR ■ Morphine and Whisker hab-
H IsT YT il IF 1,1 without pan or
I I ft# I I I n|| confinement. Cure gimran-
I I IVI lprd "f "o (uv. B. H. VEAL,
U 1 A LJ ABA Man gr Lithm Springs San-
W ■ ■ W 111 itarium. Box 3. Austell, Ga.
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
1342 Vermont ave. and lowa Circle,
Washington. D. C.
Boarding School for young ladles. Send
for catalogue. Miss Mary Davenport
Chenoweth, Mrs, Elizabeth C. Sloan.
A PERMANENT CURE
of the moat obstinate coses of Gonorrhcpo
sud Gleet, guaranteed 111 from to 6
day* ; no otn*r treatment required.
Sold bj all druggists.
IF YOU WANT GOOD MATERIAL
and work, order your lithographed and
printed stationery and blank books from
Morning News, Savannah, Ga.
Ocean Steamstiio Go.
Unsurpassed cabin accommodations. All
the comforts of a modern hotel. E.eotrla
lights. Unexcelled table. Ticket* iuclvd*
tneaifi and berths aboard ehJp. *
Passenger Fares lrom Satannai.
TO NiiW YORK—FIRST CAbiN, #•
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIP, *S2; IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN, Jli; INTERME
DIATE CABIN ROUND TRIP. DA,
TO BOSTON - FIRST CABIN. *M:
FIRST CABIN ROUND TRIP, $36. IN
TERMEDIATE CABIN, sl7; INTERME
DIATE CABIN ROUND TRIP, $.,
The expreee steamships of this line ar
appointed to sail from Savannah, Central
OOlh) rjrne *ot'owv
SAVANNAH TO NEW lUitK.
TALLAHASSEE. Capl. Askins, TL'ES.
DAY, July 10, at 3 p. m.
CITY OF AUGUSTA. Capt. Daggett.
FRIDAY. July' 13. at 5 a. m.
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Smith, SATURDAY,
July li. st t; p. m.
KANSAS CITY', Capt. Fisher, MONDAY',
July 16, at a p. m.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM. Capt. Burg,
TUESDAY, July 17, at S p. m.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Askins, FRIDAY,
July LY>. at 11:30 a. m.
CITy OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Daggett
SATURDAY. July 21, at 12 noon.
NACOOCHEE, Capt. Smith, MONDAY
July 23, at 2:30 p. rn.
KANSAS CITY, Capt. Fisher, TUESDAY,
July 24. at 3 p. m.
CITY OF BIRMINGHAM. Capt. Bure
FRIDAY, July 27 .at 5 a. m.
TALLAHASSEE, Capt. Askins, SATUR
DAY’. July 2k at 6 p. m.
CITY OF AUGUSTA, Capt. Daggett
MONDAY’. July 30, at 7 p. m. ’
NACOOCHEE. Capt. Smith, TUESDAY.
July 31. at S p m.
NEW Y ORK TO BOSTON.
CITY OF MACON. Capt. Savage
\\ EDNESDAY’. July 11, 12:00 noon
CITY OF MACON, Copt. Savage,
MONDAY, July 16, 12:00 noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt, Savage
FRIDAY. July 20. 12:00 noon
CITY OF MACON, Capt. Savage
W EDNESDAY. July 25, 12:00 noon
CITY OF MACON. Capt. skvag.
MONDAY. July 30. 12:00 noon.
This company reserves the right to
change its sailings without notice ami
without Lability or accountability there
Sailings New York for Savannah <al!y
except Sundays. Mondays and Thur-dava
6:00 p. m. *
YV. G BREWER. City Ticket and Paae
enger Agent. 107 Bull atreet, Savannah.
E. W, SMITH. Contracting Freight
Arcnt. Savannah, Ga.
R. G. TREZEVANT, Agent, Savannah,
WALTER HAWKINS. General Agent
Traffic Dept, 224 W. Bay atreet. Jack
E. H. HINTON, Traffic Manager, Ba
P. E. LE FEY'RE SMTv-rtntender*, Ne#
Pier 35. North River. N-w York. N. T.
MERCHANTS AND MINERS
SAVANNAH TO BALTIMORE.
Tickets on sale at company's offices ta
the following points at very low rates:
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
BALTIMORE. MO. BUFFALO. N. T.
CHICAGO, ILL. CLEVELAND, 0.
HAGERSTOWN. HARRISBURG, PA.
HALIFAX, N. S.
NIAGARA FALLS. NEW YORK.
First-class tickets include meals and
state room berth, Savannah to Baltimore.
Accommodations and cuisine unequaled.
Freight capacity unlimited; careful han
dling and quick dispatch.
Tlie steamships of this company are ap
pointed to saii from Savannah to Balti
more as follows fslandard a: met:
TEXAS. Capt. Foster, TUESDAY, July
10, 3 p. m.
D. H. MILLER, Capt. Peters, THURS
DAY. July 12. 4 p. m.
ITASCA, Capt. Diggs, SATURDAY, July
11, 5 and. m.
ALLEGHANY. Capt. Billups. TUES
DAY. July 17. ti p. m.
TEXAS, Capt. Foster, THURSDAA', July
19. 11 o. m.
D. H. MILLER, Capt. Peters. SATUFt-
DAA'. July 21, 12 noon.
ITASCA. Capt. Diggs, TUESDAY. July
21, 2 p. m.
And from Baltimore Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays at 4:00 p. m.
Ticket Office. 39 Bull street.
NEWCOMB COHEN. Trav. Agent.
J. J. CAROLAN. Agent.
W. P. TURNER, G. P. A.
A. D. STEBBINS. A. T. M.
J. C. WHITNEY, Traffic Manager.
General Offices. Baltimore, Md.
CO,MW 6ENERALE HMLWim
DIRECT LINE TO 11AVRE—PARIS (Franca;
Sailing every Thursday at 10 a. ni
From Pier No. 42, North River*. foot Morton sv
La Gascogne July 12 L Anuttaine Aug. 2
La Bretagne.. .July 19 La Touruine. Ainr 9
La Champagne. July2a|La Hretak'ne. Au* l*
Faria hotel accommodations reserved for
compuny’s passengers upon application
General Agency, 32 Broadway. New York.
Messrs. Wilder & Cos.
7. D. WEED ft co
Leather Belting, Steam Packing & Hose.
Agents for NEW YORK RUBBER
BELTING AND PACKING COMPANT.